Tuesday, October 25, 2016


Posted by Tim

LOL. So I'm hearing that the kiko-dingbats are bragging about how they got the pope to get rid of Hon, and that we'll be getting a neo dude for a bishop, presumably the recently doctored Miguel "Don Quixote" Cervantes. 

From the beginning, Hon has made no secret that he was only here temporarily and in fact came to Guam with a round trip ticket with a return dated for the end of November or beginning of December. However, he has also publicly stipulated that he will be here for as long as Francis wants him to be here. 

Pius and the neo-nurds know this, but, as expected, they are painting Hon's departure as a triumph for the kiko's. 

What's even more funnier is that in celebrating their triumph - the new bishop, etc. - they have admitted defeat in their defense of Brother Tony. LOL. You see, THEY are the ones celebrating. LOL. This is really too good. 

After years of an ad nauseum outpouring of love and protestations of innocence for Brother Tony, he, according to the kiko-dingbats, is HISTORY!

LOL. Looks like the Jungle Rules! We win. 


P.S. A couple of notes on the new doctor. While it sounds important, the Lateran is really the equivalent of a Vatican community college, or perhaps much less than that. This became quite evident in the 2013 exchange between Aaron Quitugua and Adrian where Adrian confirmed that any "college" credits earned at the Lateran-affiliated Blessed Diego Institute/RMS would probably not be transferrable outside of the Lateran system. 

Plus, Miguel was one of the few RMS dudes to have actually gone to college (a real one) before coming to RMS, so he probably had the equivalent of at least a B.A. before trying to hunt down the doctorate. Still, it took him seven years (at our expense), which means that he probably had some catching up to do before he could even be admitted to the community college doctorate program. 

Lastly, we need to point this out again, NOT ONE priest of the Archdiocese of Agana, except for the David the Villain, was permitted by Apuron to seek an advanced degree after being ordained. Yet we are told that there all sorts of RMS guys now studying in Rome. 

How much more of this are you willing to put up with, folks? Join the picketers this Sunday. Their presence every Sunday is the one thing Rome HATES to see. 

Let's not let him...

...get the last laugh!


  1. To be expected with the neos. They all think they're so smart. Not really though. They're just devious, manipulative, lying scumbags.

  2. Recently during a conversation a friend thanked me for walking in the Sunday morning protests. At first I was puzzled, but then he went on to explain that he was invited to attend an "invitation to Joy", went to a conviveince and wanted the NCW out of his Church.

    What made him leave? He asked questions! He was vocal and when their answers where insufficient he left muttering a few expletives.

    He asked how many protestors would it take to remove apurun and the NCW, 30,000? I replied that would definitely help, but the problem is Apathy. So I asked him to join us!

    Activating the "base" on Catholic at a time!

    1. Let's remember that people join the NCW and other groups in search of deepening their faith. Their parish might not have offered bible studies or other activities to further their journey of faith. Some might have a need for fellowship, others might need a structured environment, etc.

      I've often wondered, "Isn't the Catholic Church sufficient?" This is where the parish can provide a support community. Apparently it has been lacking and made the NCW an attractive alternative. Too bad it takes people away from true Catholic teaching and doctrine. Now that we can clearly see the problems we can begin to work toward healing the church and helping those who feel lost.

    2. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)October 25, 2016 at 7:09 PM

      I discussed this topic with my pastor just yesterday in the context of thanking him for establishing a new pastoral staff position in our parish last year for Pastoral Assistant for Adult Faith Formation. It has been just slightly over one year since the establishment of this position to provide our parish with a dedicated person whose job it is is to make sure the parish has continued Catholic education in the form of classes, workshops, and activities for adults to learn more about and deepen our faith.

      Early this month we had a 1/2 day workshop on the history and origin of the rosary and also how to pray this devotion meditatively. I learned that the beads are an instrument of focus for contemplation. When you're rubbing each bead as you pray the Hail Mary, your mind locks-in on the words of the prayer (rather than, like me, you're wondering if there is enough eggs in the fridge to bake a cake or should you have to go to the store later today ...) This fall season there are two 8-week classes on the history of the Bible and on the Gospel of St. John. Last summer there was an 8-week class on The Psalms and another class on Catholic Social Justice teachings. There was an evening event with a Jesuit guest speaker, Fr. Nazar, who gave a talk about Eastern Christianity and the plight of Syrian refugees exiting by the thousands from that war-torn country and the work of the Jesuit Refugee Service to help those migrants. Every year, from September to March is the weekly RCIA classes which is open to those interested in learning about (and possibly converting to) the Catholic faith and is also open to Catholics who want to know more about his/her faith or to brush up on it. There is a joke (with truth to it) that converts are more knowledgeable about our faith than cradle Catholics because of having to attend the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) classes as a requirement for their conversion. Even though I am a cradle Catholic, I took advantage of the RCIA classes and I learned so many so much about our faith that my parents didn't teach me.

      My point here is that the more you know about your faith, the deeper you will fall in love with it. Andrew is correct that programs such as those I've mentioned above should be available in parishes to help Catholics deepen their faith and know more about the Catholic Church. It's also a good forum to have meaningful discussions about our faith with our fellow Catholics. This will also, as Andrew mentioned, help eliminate parishioners from having to resort to the likes of the NCW to quench the thirst for more knowledge about and the deepen of our faith.

    3. I feel compelled to join in on Andrew Camacho’s comment, and that of Rose de los Reyes’. They are absolutely right on target on what needs to happen to "get our Church back". Yes, we have to blame the Neos for invading and claiming our territory, and acting as if they are “the Church” and we are to follow in the Way to become better Catholics. But I feel we have to blame ourselves as well for allowing our lives to be conditioned to become lax such that we are both prone to be receptive of their apostolate, and for not practicing our faith as militant Catholics. Of course I am not referring to our very many militant Catholics who will give their all in defense of our faith. I am referring to those of us who need to be more steeped in the knowledge of our Faith, and in the practice of the Faith.

      For example -- Let us not just recite the Rosary daily; let us PRAY the Rosary daily - with a couple of seconds of meditation on each particular Mystery as we immerse our minds and relive the Angel's visit to Mary and His words of greeting "Full of Grace"; on Mary's arduous visit to Elizabeth on foot; on what the Virgin Birth really is; on every tearing whip on Jesus' body during the scourging; on the thorns digging into His Head; on being in the crowd jeering Jesus as he dragged His Cross up the steep Hill of Calvary; on His meeting with His mother; on the blood splattering on your face as you watch the nails being hammered into His Hands and Feet; on you kneeling vigil in the dark and damp tomb and witnessing a dead Man come back to life; on the awe of the Apostles as they watched their Leader disappear into the clouds - what a mixture of sorrow and joy; on being in the same room with the Apostles and Mary as the Holy Spirit came down on them to transform them from tepid followers to fearless leaders; etc. etc. all the while saying "Hail Mary, Full of Grace, the Lord is with Thee, Blessed are Thou among women...."

      Yes, pray the Rosary daily; don't just recite it.

      An adult catechetical program to engage our Catholic population to know more (in depth) the tenets of their Catholic Faith – and why we believe what we believe - and the practice of their Catholic religion. And this must have its roots in the parish level, and upon our Catholic clergy.

      Our Catholic Faithful must be HUNGRY for more in-depth knowledge of their Faith, and our pastors must be FIRED WITH THE HOLY SPIRIT to provide such an atmosphere. They say that “knowledge is power”.

      I, like most all of us, want the Neos out of our churches and out of our lives. But we must offer an alternative to those who were “roped” into the Neo in the first place – both for their sakes, as well as for ours.

      Thank you, Andrew and Rose, for your comments. (jrsa: 10/26/16)

    4. I would suggest RCIA be lengthened from 8 months of 1 hour a week to 2 years (except for devout Anglicans) and that the NCW be shortened from 28 years of 5 hours plus a week to four (yes four) years of 3 hours a week. I'm sure Kiko would approve!

  3. Oh Tim keep laughing is coming your way.

    1. Anon at 3:53 PM - Trying to understand what you are trying to say on your posting: I am thinking that you meant to say - Oh Tim - Keep Laughting - It is coming your way!

      If not, then I am confused on what you wrote! This is one of those times that I would say - HUH? English Please!

      Huh - Meaning - •Used in questions to invite agreement or further comment or to express a lack of understanding.

      Again - HUH?

    2. Maybe if asked this Way...DUH?

    3. Knock, Knock, TIM!! trick-or-treat ass hole, watch out who's underneath the mask

    4. LOL. Rude-ee. I'm winning. !!!

  4. Thank you Mr. san Agustin. Early this morning I sent a private message to Tim similar to your comment. we are all baptized confirmed into the life of Christ into the priesthood of the laity. we all have rights in the church through our baptism into the church. Tim Rohr taught us not to fear the power of corrupt bishops but to stand up to them and reclaim the church which belongs to the people. Had guam done 20 years ago what Tim has achieved in four years Guam would be ok. The People of Guam allowed this. Apurons spreading of fear destroyed the church. Only the followers of Tim Rohr can reclaim it. I believe they will.They are wining this fight. The protestors. The brave women who entered the RMs. These are the men women we respect. The baptized people of God taking ownership of their church. you will win because you are the people of Guam.

  5. Never again must a Catholic bishop be allowed to destroy the church as did Anthony Apuron. The only way to stop a bishop destroying the church is for the people of God to rise up against him.

  6. Tim, this is a personal message to you: I was told that Apuron's brother-in-law, Duenas passed away so someone should be on the look-out for Apuron's appearance (or maybe not)

  7. Whoever Is Not Against Us Is for Us
    38 “Teacher,” said John, “we saw someone driving out demons in your name and we told him to stop, because he was not one of us.”

    39 “Do not stop him,” Jesus said. “For no one who does a miracle in my name can in the next moment say anything bad about me, 40 for whoever is not against us is for us. 41 Truly I tell you, anyone who gives you a cup of water in my name because you belong to the Messiah will certainly not lose their reward.

    1. And Kiko is against us.

      The guy who wrote is is Jof Fernando